The foundation of engineering design is often coupled with validation. Simulation is a great tool that allows engineers to test, validate, and modify designs before they become a physical prototype. When used early in the process for simulation driven design and throughout the development process, simulation can help drive the design, make informed design decisions, speed up time to production, and most importantly, identify and eliminate costly design mistakes.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM SIMULATION ANALYSIS FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERS WITH AUTODESK FUSION 360
The course covers all domains like structural,thermal and dynamics.The best thing is that the complex geometry used in simulation is also shared. The way of explaining the method is vert good.
Great course to learn about Simulation Analysis for Mechanical Engineers with Autodesk Fusion 360 and highly recommend this course. Thank you for offering this valuable course.
Excellent course for anyone getting started with simulation. This course has introduced me to the beauty of Simulation analysis. Simply a brilliant experience.
A very informative course from Autodesk. I found it very helpful in learning the new tools of fusion 360.
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